Re: [cljr] links from last night

From: Tyler P.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 10:25 AM
By the way, here's a great way to watch all those wonderful videos of Clojure lectures, including Sam Aaron's "Programming Music with Overtone". They are offered on iTunes as video podcasts:

    http://itunes.app...­

Also, here's one of the best introductions to Clojure (and Lisp) for a programmer audience. It's an (audio) interview with Rich Hickey recorded two years ago:

    http://www.se-rad...­

or on iTunes (Episode 158):

    http://itunes.app...­

Enjoy!
    Tyler


On Mar 21, 2012, at 8:53 AM, MLH wrote:

Hey all, 

Here are the links we worked with last night:

** Resources
- http://denvercloj...­
The website we'll be working on tonight
- https://github.com...­
Github repo for the denver clojure website
- http://www.webnoi...­
Web framework we're using
- http://devcenter....­
How to get set up with your own heroku/clojure set-up



Let me know if you have any other questions about the stuff from last night.

- Lee 





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